Next Month ~ Coming up in September

Monday, July 28, 2008

Sure, you had a great visit here in August, but there are lots of reasons why we hope we'll "See You in September!"

The Antique Automobile Festival gets the month started in style, from Sept. 5-7. Now in its 38th year, this show brings hundreds of vintage cars to town, to compete for trophies and prizes. In addition to a car show and parade, visitors enjoy the reenactment of a 1922 bank robbery.

Also on the weekend of Sept. 5-7, the Ozark Mountain Gospel Festival features special guests and America's best gospel groups.

Don't forget the Wood Carvers Jamboree, Sept. 6-7 at the Pine Mountain Jamboree. Maybe the Flute Discovery Retreat Sept. 12-14 will appeal to you, with sessions about the history and cultural significance of the American Indian flute.

Here's something that sounds like fun: the third annual Grape Crush Festival at Keel's Creek on Sept. 13.

The Scooting the Ozarks STO Scooter Rally, Sept. 17-20, is an annual event which brings scooter enthusiasts to Eureka Springs from all over. There will be planned rides and events for scooters of all sizes.

For those who like their two-wheeled vehicles to pack a little more punch, the Vulcan Riders and Owners Club will also come to town Sept. 17-21.

Eureka Springs is all about art and artists. The third annual Artists Studio Tour, Sept. 25-28, gives the public an opportunity to discuss, learn and shop face-to-face with more than twenty talented artists of this unique Ozarks community.

Blue Spring is always a beautiful place to visit, and on Sept. 26-27, it will be the location for the fifth annual Red Star Ancestors Memorial Gourd Dance and Pow-Wow.

We hope you'll find your way back to share the September calendar with us!

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